First quarter 2024 revenue


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    First quarter 2024 revenue

    Group first-quarter revenue: €4,504 million,
    down 11% as reported and down 10% on a comparable basis


    “Kering’s performance worsened considerably in the first quarter. While we had anticipated a challenging start to the year, sluggish market conditions, notably in China, and the strategic repositioning of certain of our Houses, starting with Gucci, exacerbated downward pressures on our topline. In view of this revenue decline, together with our firm determination to continue investing selectively in the long-term appeal and distinctiveness of our brands, we now expect to deliver sharply lower operating profit in the first half of this year. All of us are working tirelessly to see Kering through the current challenges and rebuild a solid platform for enduring growth.”
    François-Henri Pinault, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


    -    Against a backdrop of normalization in the Luxury sector and reflecting transitions underway within the Group’s Houses, Kering’s revenue for the first quarter of 2024 was down 11% as reported and down 10% on a comparable basis to €4.5 billion. The revenue drop includes a negative currency effect of 3% and a positive scope effect of 2% resulting from the consolidation of Creed.
    o    Revenue from the directly operated retail network fell 11% on a comparable basis, as a result of lower store traffic. Trends in Western Europe, North America and Japan were in line with those of the fourth quarter of 2023, while a sharper decline was recorded in Asia-Pacific.
    o    Revenue in the Wholesale and Other segment was down 7% on a comparable basis, as the Group continues to strengthen the exclusivity of its Houses’ distribution. 


    In the first quarter of 2024, Gucci’s revenue amounted to €2.1 billion, down 21% as reported and down 18% on a comparable basis. 
    Revenue from the directly operated retail network fell by 19% on a comparable basis in the first quarter, and was particularly impacted by a sharp decline in Asia-Pacific. Gucci’s new collections, which have gradually become available in stores since mid-February, have been very well received, particularly in the ready-to-wear and shoes categories. Wholesale revenue fell 7% on a comparable basis.


    Yves Saint Laurent

    Yves Saint Laurent’s revenue in the first quarter of 2024 amounted to €740 million, down 8% as reported and down 6% on a comparable basis.
    Revenue from the directly operated retail network was resilient (down 4% on a comparable basis) thanks to strong growth in Japan, a sequential improvement in North America, and relatively stable revenue in Western Europe. In Asia-Pacific, business levels were affected by tough market conditions. Wholesale revenue was down 25% on a comparable basis. Royalties and other revenue rose sharply (up 27% on a comparable basis), with dynamic performance across eyewear, perfumes and cosmetics.


    Bottega Veneta

    Bottega Veneta’s revenue totaled €388 million in the first quarter of 2024, down 2% as reported and up 2% on a comparable basis. 
    The increase in revenue from the House’s directly operated retail network was particularly noticeable (up 9% on a comparable basis), driven by double-digit growth in North America, Western Europe and the Middle East. Revenue in Asia-Pacific fell slightly. Wholesale revenue was down 25% on a comparable basis.

    Other Houses

    Revenue from the Group’s Other Houses totaled €824 million in the first quarter, down 7% as reported and down 6% on a comparable basis. 
    In the directly operated retail network, revenue was up 3% on a comparable basis. At Balenciaga, trends improved in Western Europe and Japan, while the House achieved double-digit growth in North America and its activity was resilient in Asia-Pacific. Alexander McQueen pursues its creative transition. Brioni posted double-digit growth. Kering’s Jewelry Houses continued to deliver outstanding performances, driven by sharp double-digit growth at Boucheron. Wholesale revenue of the Other Houses was down 25% on a comparable basis.


    Kering Eyewear and Corporate

    In the first quarter of 2024, Kering Eyewear’s revenue amounted to €463 million, up 8% on a comparable basis. 
    Kering Beauté benefited from a full three-month consolidation of Creed, whose performance was underpinned by its iconic fragrances and newly launched perfumes for women. 
    Overall, revenue from the Kering Eyewear and Corporate segment amounted to €536 million, up 24% as reported and up 9% on a comparable basis.



    To achieve its long-term vision, Kering invests in the development of its Houses, so that they continuously strengthen their desirability and the exclusivity of their distribution, strike a perfect balance between creative innovation and timelessness, and achieve the highest standards in terms of quality, sustainability, and experience for their customers. In an environment of ongoing economic and geopolitical uncertainty, Kering will continue to execute on its strategy and vision, in pursuit of two key ambitions: to maintain a trajectory of long-term profitable growth, and to confirm its status as one of the most influential groups in the Luxury industry.
    In 2024, in a context of ongoing normalization of the sector’s growth, the impact of Kering’s investment strategy will weigh on the group’s recurring operating income (based on the scope of consolidation and exchange rates at December 31, 2023), which should post a decline compared to the level reported in 2023, particularly in the first half of the year. 
    Taking into account the deterioration of its revenue trends, the Group now anticipates a decline of 40 to 45% in first-half 2024 recurring operating income compared to the first half of 2023.
    The group prioritizes expenses and initiatives supporting the long-term development and growth of its houses, while pursuing with determination the actions required in the current situation to optimize its cost structure.



    About Kering

    A global Luxury group, Kering manages the development of a series of renowned Houses in Fashion, Leather Goods and Jewelry: Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Brioni, Boucheron, Pomellato, DoDo, Qeelin and Ginori 1735, as well as Kering Eyewear and Kering Beauté. By placing creativity at the heart of its strategy, Kering enables its Houses to set new limits in terms of their creative expression while crafting tomorrow’s Luxury in a sustainable and responsible way. We capture these beliefs in our signature: “Empowering Imagination”. In 2023, Kering had 49,000 employees and revenue of €19.6 billion.




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